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Blog Author: Terri Pattio
Chances are you found this article here because you were searching for more information online about Veterans Affairs. Whether or not you already know the history probably doesn’t matter at this point. One of the first things you should hear is “Welcome to Veterans Affairs”. If you didn’t, let me be the first to say it!
I realize that while you are new to this and things are changing in your life, there isn’t anything to be afraid of. You have served our country well and now it’s time for us to take care of you. I can remember the day I retired from the military and feeling as though I was in limbo. It’s a whole new world when it comes to a screeching halt!
However, that doesn’t mean that your life won’t be fulfilling or that you’ll lose your passion for serving your country. Even if you are a disabled veteran you have the chance to spread hope to so many even if you don’t feel that way right now. However, I am going to share with you some basic information about Veterans Affairs, and how you can get plugged in easily and stress free!
One of the ways that you can learn more about Veteran’s Affairs is by looking for information online. The website, www.va.gov is the best place to start to learn more about what the department is for and how it functions. Naturally, the department is to serve veterans and their families.
However, most veterans that are new to the system don’t know how big of a help this department can really be. You’ll find a ton of information on:
It’s not always easy, but it’s a great start to at least know what you can find through the website and what you can expect in terms of benefits and more. Whether you are currently active duty, a surviving spouse or dependent child there is help for you here online and offline.
Benefit information is generally where most veterans start because they are now starting their new life and need to fully understand how they can get medical care as well as how they can receive their monthly pay.
Be sure to read through all of the sections on compensation, whether you were exposed to Agent Orange or anything related to that you’ll need to read carefully through what is required to get care. There are sections on each area that is covered, so be sure to focus on what makes you eligible for the coverage.
Now that you have some idea of why veterans would need compensation and medical coverage, keep in mind there are several more concerns for our men and women.
These could refer to you now or maybe later including benefits for:
There are still many other areas in which you can get help and direction. I hope that this introduction to Veterans Affairs has given you some welcome relief in your mind so that you can get what you need to start your new life and get the coverage and benefits you need for your family.
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